The National Police Bloodhound Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the mantrailing bloodhound.
Since 1966, the National Police Bloodhound Association has been your trusted source for information relative to the use of the purebred bloodhound in the field of law enforcement. We’re now online to give you instant access to a wide range of information about the association and the latest news affecting police handlers and hounds.
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The NPBA search report form has recently been updated. The current version is dated March 10, 2013 which is located at the bottom of the form. Follow the instructions to download the new report form to your computer and start using the new form. Click here for instructions. Please do not use the old search report form.
NPBA Instructor Roger Titus is currently involved in teaching a 12 week Cape May County Sheriff’s Bloodhound Training Academy class in New Jersey. Officer and member Russell Norcross is responsible for putting this program together and will share the results of the program at the spring seminar.
Register early for the spring seminar. It’s filling up. Click here for information about the spring seminar.
The fall seminar and business meeting is set for September 20 and 21 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.